Picture of dead-end road signGiven my blog posts on so-called “Bible scholar” Harold S. Camping and his prediction that Jesus will return on May 21, 2011 consistently get lots of hits, I assume there’s a lot of interest out there in “Bible prophecy.” If so, it’s not new. People have been using scripture to predict Armageddon, almost since the beginning of Christianity.

It occurs to me that there are folks who think the Bible has predictive value. The truth is, though, that it has none. Not one bit. So I’ve posted a static page on this blog explaining — in terms of scripture itself — why this is the case. Enjoy!

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  1. […] Biblical prophecy is bullshit. A putrid, steaming load scooped right out of the back of the barn. All “Biblical prophecies” are false! Every stinking last one of them. Every time. All the time. And it will always and forever be so, […]

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